Seven Short and Long-Term Steps to Re-set Immigration in the US

There is hope for the new administration alleviating the suffering

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President-elect Biden gave hope to the nation stating that the new administration will end cruel policies towards immigrants.¹,² With humility, I am offering the following short and long-term steps to be considered in their deliberations:

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